Computer Science is concerned with design, analysis and implementation of computer software. Our department offers a bachelor's degree and minor in Computer Science (CS).
We strive to prepare students for a lifetime of learning and problem solving in a rapidly changing world. Graduates are prepared for professional careers in computer science or further study in graduate school. ENMU computer science graduates work for scientific organizations, business firms, government agencies, and computer hardware and software manufacturers.
Students take CS courses in computer programming, algorithms, data structures and computer organization. Additional coursework includes calculus, discrete mathematics and statistics. Classes are small (10–20 students) and taught by experienced full-time faculty. Faculty are available outside of class to assist students.
The University Computer Center provides a variety of open access computer laboratories and computer classrooms.
For more information on careers in computer science, visit the Association for Computing Machinery, a leading professional association for computing.